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ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL VICTORIA LODGE, I.O.O.F., M.U. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 May 1881

ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL VICTORIA LODGE, IOOF., M.U.   THE. twenty-first anniversary of tlie above lodge. was, according to; custom, celebrated on Tuesday last, being :Queen's Birthday. The day broke in delightfully fine, and con tiiifsed s6 'for some tiifie; but about' ten o'clock a rather stiff breeze arose, which gra dually increased in 'violence and. rendered the enjoyments of the day farless than would otherwise have been the case,:the dust being very disagreeable and almost' blinding, those who had conme out for the purpose of amus ing themselves. Tlh'e briethren began' tO assemble in thleir lodge-room, Temperance lHall;, shortly .fter nine o'clock; and by. about half-lpast nine there must have been 'somethisig like eighty miembers of the variousilodges of Oddfellows in this city present, together with visiting brethren of'the Manchester Unity and Grand United Orders from Sydney, Gunning, and Queanbeyan ; and later in the day we were also pleased to notice the Gra...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDoN, May 25? INFORMIATION has been received of a terrible steamboat accident in America, accompanied by heavy loss of life. The accident occurred at London, in the province of Ontario, where an excursion steamer, crowded with passen gers, suddenly capsized. One hundred and seventy-five persons were drowned. ,:;In the House of Commons this evening, the progress of business was considerably impeded by interruptions from Irish Home Rule members. There are- signs.. that. at. tempts will soon be madeq:to revive, the systematic- obstruction against which special rules have lately been passed. -The, trial of Johann Most, editor of Freileit, on, a charge of publishing-in, that newspaper articles justifying the assassination of the! late, Emporor -of Russia, was con cluded this evening, when the prisoner, was found guilty. Sentence has been deferred.,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

SX .;': r.SYDNEYIMARKETS.,;; (q·.i: rj' Trade, generally in,;the :produce line.,has• been dull. ;during, ,the 'week, and i except :fo'r locai' requirenients;very ,:little business bhas been done. 'A. large number of consignmentsi of:,stuff, have,;been; faultyp';and ithis i has! tb seme .extent: interered with, the rateifor other lines of superior quality.i:. i '.:.r . W-..Wool;--Scoured wool has realized.,iund'er the hammer r4%d to i9d;,rhandivashed, 13d to 17 d.;, fleece-greasyq, 8/ d to 9 d; dlocks,, c., i2d to. 4d pe';lb. LVery'little wool0. is offering jnst now.. . ' ) :, Sheepskins:;-Notwithstanding .the number that'-arc ,;coming-' forward . and; are offered weekly, the: demand: is increasing,; and .keehi competition results for good lots. ,We quote. from 44d to 606d, the price being regulateai by the condition; they are in on arrival': H ::Hides., -- Several fair-sized ,- transactions liave taken place inthis' line, and the 'demani', is. somewhat imiprboved.; :)We , quote;.-? ...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

Trevanian I Therese was busily occupied in her little chamber, placing fresh flowers in the window, when Mary Page entered the room, to announce the arrival of a.visitor : her mistress saw in an instant, from the triumphant smile of the old nurse and. knowing shake. of her head, that it was some one whose presence she thought would affbrd;her pleasure. 'And whodo you suppose it is, miss?' she demanded, with an aircof-intens' satisfaction. 'Really I cannot tell, Page !' was the reply; ' p e r h a p s - ' - . - . . The speaker ,was a-out-;tbipronounce the name of thlie young organist, but checked herself witl' an'iinvoltiiary sig.~ih Charles Giahaiiihlad'hiot?,alled once at the. cottage since tlie evening' she'fiitdejected himt. SNo= it is in6t'hiimn' i 'rlied thhe' faithful creathre,' ho readrhal't\~asasssing ii "tlhe heart of'Therese ' iti" Mirs Franklifin!'i ' Mrs "Franklin!' i '"r'etited, her :young mnistress, with siurprise. ' Yes, miss. ''The finie"lady vwho faicies 'her self to...

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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

SLOPS. S. BY TuE SEXTOx. TriHERE was a song isiuch in vogue a short timnei ago called " Babies on Our Block ;" but now, the fates be praised, it has pretty well died out. In it' I remember mention was 'made of: the Connaught men,: who were 'easy "vitli the' shovel and handy, with the: pen" : 'No; :anyone, who 'can'speak' from .ex perience wiill 'tell ou ithat 'much shovelling' niakes' the haidling' of theipeii ,i rather irk somei}a'y of" spending :theevenin'g,and that's thd tale: I lhave to tell' of last week. . The usuial'onsignment of "'Slops" did not:appear because :Ihad too much shovelling to do for,: to use a common expression, it seemed; that to sit down'and' write after the day's labour, was something like leaving off work to:carry bricks:; "Having. made this apology, I ;trust tiat any:'comhments of mine on things.'thati iappe~bed a week' ago will not be considered too',.tale.' : "'Oh?' that :concertina ! I was in: Market stire't; and 'quietly 'wlkir~g along.: when that dread...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

G aouiburli Prices Ciirrent. " PlYoir,"in'£ 1l2 p ,r toi' seohndse, £11' llrheat,:4? 3d;peribush'el. ' Bread, .3d. to,4d, per 2-lb, loaf;: . , Oat,,2s. td. to 2s. Gd. per bishel-, Maize, 2s. 10d. to '3s per bushel Barley, 2s' Gd. to 2s 'd per bushoel HLt, £2 12i: 6Gd. -to 3'per ton Straw, 25s:' t 30s.:per ton Potatoes, :35s8 :to £2 5s} per ton. Bacon, 4d. per lJb.:... rlanm, Sd. per lbu Butter, fresh, Is to le. 2d. per lb'salt G?e 8d ,Laid 31:d per lb.....,.. gis, ls..7d.o `to.? per dpr ozen Cheese,' .4 ?d; o' -Sd 'r- lb !t, i:: : {r r;o lBran ie.:per'bushel:.. ' Pollardi, :Is. perbushei .: "i , o Onioq ts': 0to 7s.:Gd. per:.W. o (:t.:cii Fat llrethers,.primo, '7s to s Siore lelliers, GS - Storre wes, 4o. 0,. to 5s 0d Store Cattle;" 2 es. " PrP?, 3a. to 34d. pe i1bi: teef (retail), 2-d:'to 3d.:perlIb.:'i : l... Albttlon .(etail);,:2.d; to 3d .per lb.. Hlides, 7s. to; llae.. each .?., Sheepsakins, 4di1. to 54d.i per lb. 'Ialloil, 19s. to 21s..per cwt ? ll attle Bairl, £2 10s to £2. 1...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

COMMIER IAL INTELLIGE?GEý -sTRADE: duirinig the week? has .beeni fair con 'sidering the season of the year, and it: is likely :to c6ntinue rfor soine time, as at. pieseint we ", have nioticed seveiali up-country tradesmen in .towno during the week,; evidently visiting itlhe pldce with.-a view of.rel lenishing their stock; : anid, we :lie heard.some!of these iexpress: that the ;imarket suits. them betterrthan /Sydney,. and firom what;we know of trade ourselves ive 'think.an order can be executed with as minuch. :,dispatch; in Goulburn as in Svdney, and:all things considered we might add" as adv'an i: tageoisly in many instances. . ool. We;have nothing to report further -:than;that buyers iare'plentiful i;:.? ? S::heepsldns.AA :good demand exists, and a iany lots :brdught forward find buyers at fiomi .Fl3:/d: to:.51}d per lb.; and are::iýanted at these prices which lare equal, if c'iriage and'. other - charges .ae considered, to Sydney prices. ,Hides.These are in demand at late' rates...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

BREVITIES. FROSTS are prevalent. Temora is looking up. Land must be well trenched for trees of all kinds. i'The sowing of wheat should be completed by the eiil of the present month. A match is about being arranged between two'Sydney and two Yass pigeon-shooters, Two cases of leprosy exist among the Chinese community at Vegetable Creek. The Wagga and Gundagai districts appear to be highly favored by selectors just now. It is rumoured that on the assembling of Parliament a motion of want of confidence in the Government will be tabled. Farmers should plant hedges. The best, kinds are hawthorn and Osage Orange. '.The land must be broken up deeply for this pur pose. Mr. Myers, M.P., is determined to press his question about the establishment of experimental farms. We wish him success in his efforts. The Bulletin says there's a girl in Woolloo mooloo with such red hair that when she pokes her head out of the window the roosters in the neighbourhood think it's the sun shining, and commence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

Wanted to Buy,'-. 1000 BAGS FEED and SEED OAIS; also, BAY in any quantity A ply, JAMES LOCKARD, Bay and Ca n caler, Auburn-street. GO LBURN Agricultural, Pastoral, and IHorticultu.al Society. FIR T ANN AL GENER L MEE NG WILL IBE I? D t echanic Ins O 1 oNDAY, 3 TH M Y, At 3 pm. S. HARBORNE BE OCBER, Bon. Sec. FOR SALE, F IRST PRIZE CANARITES. . Goulburn. .ARGYLE BAKERY. PAUL ARCENS H AVING purchased the Goodwill of he ?ove well-known establishment, respectfull begs for the continuance of support accorded for so many years to his predecessor. The cart will call for orders and el v bread as usual every morning. PAUL ARCENS, French Baker and Confectioner, ARGYLE BAKERY, A U B TU R N - N T R? H E T. O RDERS left at MR. D. DOtlERTY'S DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, for MR. P. ARCENS, baker, will meet with prompt and careful attention. WILLIAM DAVIES & C00. Winter Ship ents, The first for the ason Now O?EN, comprising .: fifty cases and b les ex ship "Abergeldie," "British Duke," "Helenslea...

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PLOT OF "H.M.S. PINAFORE." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

PLOT OF "H.M.S. PINAFORE." A CAPTAIv commanded a large man-o'.war, And a beautiful lady addressed him as Pa; The first Lord of the fleet fell madly in love, And graciously smiled from his station above. Now, Josephine loved, but she secretly vowed (Though 'her love was intense, yet her spirit was proud) That she never would wed, but would-love' from afar The-man who had moved her--an honest Jack Tarp; ialph Rackstraw his name, as handsome a sailor As any th t o'er served in Queet's ship or.whaler: For months- Ralph had tried his hardest to smother His love, for he deemed his case hopeless; .another Had oficially courted the fair Josephine, - :., And; now, wished to ;wed her and make her :his queen. At last Ralph resolved his love to confess, For she might not say "no," arid perchance she'd say "yes; " So his messmates he called and his secret disclosed, The same night saw the lady and duly proposed. , Two courses lay open to the fair Josephine ; Either ooe she must take, she could n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

1 Waunt?. T R4 E or FOUR GOOI BRUSH ANDS. L pply to ADAMS, Paiu r, Goulbu n. TrWO oorHREE SM AR BOYS at the GjUL BURN BREWERY. • ~r\ Wil:ed. AN E/(PERIENCED\ SHEEP DRQR. A lyMRn.. T SIHEIRD, Soutlh ll, GoulburK!", . Wsante. ,d, A COMPETENT PARLOtR MAID. at Thomas' Hotel. Wa :nntet, EIGIT OR NINE SMART BOYS n-AA ticos, at Wood & Co's Boot Factot ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. STO TAIS RS. W TANJED at once, 5 GON" COAT RANS ; scnatant work guarantee\ W. BOTHER. IFll PRTIZ S HARROWS, only one pail left, l' JJONES', Clifford.street, Goul urn. WA TED to sell ch a LOT OF iMPTY V PACKING CASES.CHAS. RGGEtS. WT.4TED KNOWN, Q^REAT ATTRACOTON /at ROGERS' FURKISHING ARCADE "'TO-N HT. All are invited, \Now shipments on view. 'OR/A FEW BOARD~S at M LANG', . aryvillo, Clifford sreeK. / OYST S I 'XI A hoicbe also, BLEN PEAS Choice Fruits on Sale. A. LANSDO NE. A, / FOR SALE, TLAljE WATER BUTTS (English oal),/from ? " 0 o 150 gallons oacb, at .. ? GOULBURN BREWERY. .." . FOR- ALE,...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

GUNN'NG. (Froin our 'orrepondent. j Ti4E' Wesleyahn people of Dalton ` availed thelseiles of the holiday on' the 2:4th, for the purpose of holding a tea meeting and concert in aid of a fund" for the purchase .of a new musical instrument for. tke church: The tea was only fairly successful. Of the concert I can say nothing, not having heaid how it came off. The usual Queen's Birthnight Sports, such as fireworks, bonfires, &c., were stopped by the heavy storm of wind and rain' on that night. The wind blew with great' violen'ce during the whole of the night, rendering any shakey buildings anything but pleasant .or safe for the occupants. On Friday night Messrs, Jones Bro's: pre mises were lighted with gas, the gas being made from gasoline, and by, machinery for that purpose. There can be no doubt about the superioty of this method of lighting, as far as economy, after the first cost, cleanliness, and saving of time and trouble are concerned. Several gentlemen visited the premise...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

U OULBURN POLICE ':COURT. FRIDAY, Miay .27. BEOREI Messrs. Voss and J McIellar . \illiam Dic kson. and Henry Vincent were charged 'by tl'e, police ??ithi lettin" off firde works, in 'Market-square 6oni her, ~Majestys B irthday. ... o e Bothi pleaded guilty ,andwere fined xos: 6d~eai wli-iih+s 6d c6stsr;. .. j"',, Willieam Nolan and Johin Wright iwere charged with rolling ta lighted tar-biarrel in ,iontague and Auburn streets on the Queen's Birthday. ,Fined :ios .and 2s. costs each in de fault 1ev .and res seven days impri sonment., •Thomas Bullman and Emily -Bullman; two jhildren, were, charged with assaulting Eliza MIcNeice on thez4th instant:, M~ ,Betts, appeared for tlhe:complainant, and stated the case, whic liwasthat defenid ants were letting offfireworks, and `t h'ew some .at the complainant. .'he female de fendant. :in , addition. threw; water, on com plaiiant.... Mr. Betts further| stated that the case,was ;brought, up i order that something might be done to prevent the part...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

CAUTION. TO THE PUBLIC: Tob. avoid. imposition,, purchasers of :Waltham watches- will, 'observe.. that every. genuine watcli,:whether gold or silver, bears our trade mark: on :both case and ,movements.v-,: Gold cases are stamiped AS;'AW.: Co.,?':.nid guaran tee "certificates,; iaccompany: them::::rlSilver cases are;staniped"A ''A. M. tc?WatchI Cd';:Wal tham, Mass, Sterling Silver,' and are accoin panied by guarantee certificates signediR.'E. Robbins, treasurer.; and on,the.l Tallmiirked gold'andi silver ,icases ;-the .initials "A iB."' only;- The name "';\Walthatl'"r is :plainlyen graved upo all! minovemiients; irrespecfiveh;of either distingiuishing marks.; aThis' cautibn is rendered necessary:by reason ofithe factithat oui: 'cases are : frequently: separated ;from our movements and :put, upon,: worthless::move inents bfotlieri makers, iand 'niiceerirsa ; thus `affecting iinjuriously the ,performance ?of:'the watches, and ::vitiatirg iouri:guarantee;, wlhich is:- intended ,ito!: co...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

"Telegraphic Intelligence S [FROM OUR CORRESPONDFTS.1 SYDNEY, SATURDAY. THE case of the Chinese infant is still con sidered of sufficient seriousness as to continue the-premises under quarantine. The Bulletin meeting was largely attended. Suitable speeches were made, and a consider able amount of subscriptions has already been received. '-"At the Adelaide races, yesterday, Matt won the All-aged Stakes; and May tlfe Handicap. The Sydney County Bank commence busi ness on the Ist of July next. Slight rain fell this morning, and there- is appearance of a- continuance.

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THE NEW GAOL, NORTH GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

*THE-1NEW GOUL, NORTH GOULBURN. '-WE paid avisit to the new gaol now in course .'of erection at North Goulburn on Thursday 'last, and in order to give our readers sonme ,'idea of the dimensions and-the character of : the buildings in connection therewith, l we 'ill .. state first, that the land enclosed by thi wall -is 450, feet by 450 feet, exclusive of the space ' tlat.is occupied by the quarters of 'the chief •; gaoler and chief warderi ~iuich 'ire iti dcourse !of erection· on the outside'of the w'all. :The c oriks goiig ohn at presenit cosiprise ie' ere'c 'tiWiof the boundary wall of the lenigth'above "satedd ian'd w:hich is to *be' 18:feet in height ''frii thte highest portioni of the'ground, arid 'twod ieet'ih thickness: Ohtside the ivall the chief gaoler's and cliief warder's quarterss are Sbeing 'built' of stonei' and brikk, with'stone piers'and arches iii front: of each to foirm'a 'portico, :surmounted by :.a stonie coriii~ce 'Tie'entrance is 'coriposed of four maiiissive S...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. A. telegram from Albury states 'iiiThe Exchange Theatre was crowded on `fonday night on the occasion of a public meetingion thd?water supply question. " .M: W? Jd?iJes occiicied. the, chair. Mr`.'George Adams 'moved aresoliution strongly ,ondenmning the action of the Mumnicipal Council in gnoring the resolutions carried at a' previous meeting. o~ithe ratepayers on the 9th` May' Alderman. Gulsoin ,seconded the motion, wilib: was: carried unanimously. Alderman Gulson ilthen. moved a resolution to the effect that infor niatiion obtained since the previous meeting stionigiy confirmed the ratepayers in the opinion that the Government scheme is needlessly .expensive. Mr. 'Plumiier' seconded the resolution, whlich' was -carried .unanimously. Mr. James Wyse th'en~ moved that a memorial signed by the 'ratepayers?be'' forwarded to the Minister of Works' praying thiat the scheme be not'proceeded with unlss on 'such modification of the originial designi'as would reduce the cost t...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

[REUTER's TELEGRA3I.] LONDON? MAY . 7. TitE English and French Governments are neocdiating a renewal of the commercial treaty, which shortly expires. .. A:new Italian, ministry has been formed by: Signor,. Depuretis. Up to the present 242 corpses have been recovered from the shipping disaster in Canada. : Serious:dissensions have arisen among the members of the Irish Land League on the 'bill-one section being in favor of adopting the measure, the other section urging strong opposition. " A meeting of the Cabinet was held to-dayon the question, at which the state of Ireland was discused at great length. It is rumored that more stringent measures will shortly be applied. The British Ambassador at Constanitinople is about to return to London, his presence being no longer required.

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

Goulbaunl Post-Offoe Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBUR5N FROMli BtNDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Boro, at midnigliht daily Saturday excepted. Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 2.5 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Bungendoro, at midnighlt oin Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.58 a.m, daily, Monday excepted .Canberra, ait 2.5 a.m. oni Tuesday; Thiirsdiy, and Friday Carriok, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday ; and at 2.10 .p.m. ..on Monday, .Wedaesduy, and Friday Collector, al 2.5 a:m.: on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, S:and'Friday,:. . Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, :'t 0.3q0 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, aniddaturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 2.5 a.m. on Taesday and Friday SFullerton, at 8 p.m. on Motiday and Friday? ; Gioinderra,; •at: 2.5. a.m.: on Tuesday, Thuirsday, , ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

MRS.M CD iALD, Mount View, l'Vton-street, H AVING RE1MOVED m Sk. Clair Villa to her own residence, Continues to Receive upip for the Piano forte, Singing, F enoh, a Italian (ACQUIRED 0 THB CONTISN T). Union fire Insu ance Co., PIT L......... ...........T MILL )1ISK ACCEPTED at W T U ENT . RATES without refnce y office. Apply to D. J. Ma LEOD, Montague-street, Goulburn. IF YOU WANT i`heap & Go d Glass, EARTHENW RE, &o., GO T MRS. KN GiT'S, OPPOSITE T. J OB'S, SADDLER Cups and Sauoers/r m 5s. dozen Tumblers 4s. dozen White d G C ina Cups, 10s. 6 dozen Fern atter u blers and Wine lasses, t vepy 1 prices, to suit a . Tinw e f al esoriptions, and rapery &c., &e. Please Note the Address : Mrs. C. J. KNIGHT, Opposite Mr. Jacob's, Saddler, Auburn-street. GRATEFUL.-COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. :g BY a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, nd by a carefu appl a tion of the fine prop ies of wellise...

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